Michigan Mom Develops Clothing for the Disabled – The Good News
She's a single mom AND a CEO, and it's for a great cause.
Gina Adams lives in Farmington Hills and is the founder of Wareologie, which is a company that designs clothing for the disabled. She's just getting it off the ground and her first project is: buttons.
Buttons 2 Buttons is launching in June. They're magnetic adaptors that will help people with Multiple Sclerosis, arthritis, Parkinson's and other diseases to be able to get dressed on their own.
Gina got the idea after seeing her stepfather's ability to do things on his own decrease because of Parkinson's. She also felt compelled to do something after being a ski instructor in Colorado - she said that she noticed how clothing was solely made for able-bodied people.
You can preorder Buttons 2 Buttons HERE.